April 14th
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❝ The film’s construction shows how our lives, after we are gone, survive only in the memories of others, and those memories butt up against the walls we erect and the roles we play. There is the Kane who made shadow figures with his fingers, and the Kane who hated the traction trust; the Kane who chose his mistress over his marriage and political career, the Kane who entertained millions, the Kane who died alone. ❞

Roger Ebert on Citizen Kane

holding in the tears reading this review

February 14th
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January 16th
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October 13th
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September 26th
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Hercules Shipwright: Because I love you.
Caroline Knapp-Shappey: Yes, so you keep saying.
Hercules Shipwright: I do, don't I?
Caroline Knapp-Shappey: Yes, yes, and I wish you wouldn't. It makes you sound like a Disney toy.
Hercules Shipwright: Actually, Disney didn't come up with the concept of expressing love. Other people have found it important as well.
Caroline Knapp-Shappey: Well, who?
Hercules Shipwright: Most of humanity.
Caroline Knapp-Shappey: Well there you are then, you know what chumps they are.
Hercules Shipwright: Who, humanity?
Caroline Knapp-Shappey: Yes, by and large.
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September 25th
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A story about a time, a story about a place, a story about the people. But above all things, a story about love.

August 21st
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❝ I’m fairly often just completely happy. Like, for instance, when you get into a bath quickly and it’s just the right temperature, and you go ‘oooohhh’. I mean really no one gets any happier than that…because those sort of things happen all the time, whereas you’re hardly ever, you know, blissfully happy with the love of your life in the moonlight, and when you are, you’re too busy worrying about it being over soon, whereas the bath moments, there’s loads of those. ❞
— John Finnemore
August 17th
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favourite films: Blue Valentine (2010)

Maybe I’ve seen too many movies, you know, love at first sight.

August 11th
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Jack loves Jill, Jill loves Jack. But Jack doesn’t love Jill in the same way. Jack never asked to be loved. 

August 4th
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I came to Rosings with the single object of seeing you. I had to see you.

August 4th
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There was so little left to be done after he arrived at the preparation for the tea, that he was almost sorry the obligation of eating and drinking came so soon to prevent his watching Margaret. She handed him his cup of tea with the proud air of an unwilling slave; but her eye caught the moment when he was ready for another cup; and he almost longed to ask her to do for him what he saw her compelled to do for her father, who took her little finger and thumb in his masculine hand, and made them serve as sugar-tongs.

August 1st
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❝ A lady’s imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment. ❞
— Jane Austen
July 29th
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'Affectation of candour is common enough; - one meets it every where. But to be candid without ostentation or design - to take the good of every body's character and make it still better, and say nothing of the bad - belongs to you alone.'

July 10th
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❝ I have not wanted syllables where actions have spoken so plainly. ❞
— Jane Austen, Sense & Sensibility
July 9th
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To somebody like Darcy it would have been a big deal for him to get over this difference in their status, and to be able to say to Lizzie that he loved her. We would think it was incredibly snobbish and elitist, but it wasn’t for him. It would have been a big admission, and he would have found it very vulgar. - Matthew Macfadyen